Now open to the public, the experience is running at Blenheim Palace until the 3rd September.

First look images have been released for Histronic Productions latest immersive family experience running this summer at Blenheim Palace. Created in collaboration with The Copyrights Group (a STUDIOCANAL company), the 55 minute experience will take audiences on foot through the UNESCO World Heritage Site to meet their favourite characters from the Paddington stories and search for ‘buried treasure’.

This newly created experience will also offer an opportunity for visitors to board a real locomotive (subject to availability), while at the end families can enjoy free arts and crafts-based activities, and visit the Paddington gift shop, as well as delicious food and drink at the many restaurants and cafés around Blenheim Palace. Additionally, everyone can add an official photo with Paddington and the chance to drive a mini ROVER emergency vehicle for younger audiences, aged 4 – 10, to the standard cost of the show ticket.

Those wishing to make a full day trip following Paddington Lo-Commotion,  tickets to enter Blenheim Palace, Park, Gardens and Adventure Play within the Walled Garden will need to be purchased and booked separately.

Adam McKenzie Wylie, Founder, Histrionic Productions said “After a hugely successful inaugural show at Blenheim Palace last summer for The Peter RabbitGarden Adventure, Histrionic Productions is delighted to be staging PADDINGTONLO-COMMOTION this Summer. The combination of Paddington, a cracking new story, full of entertainment, mishap and interactivity, and the beautiful surroundings of Blenheim Palace is perfect theatrical-alchemy for this family, immersive adventure for 2023. We are delighted to be back. It’s the perfect summer day out for the whole family! Sheer excitement for all ages and perfect for lovers of trains, fire engines and of course, Paddington himself.”

The show is directed and written by Calum Finlay and designed by Damien Stanton, both of whom collaborated with puppetry designer Jimmy Grimes.

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